Effect of rolling direction on the strength and ductility characteristics of “wide” plates of alloy PT-3Vkt
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A study is made of the orientation dependence of the mechanical properties of plates of alloy PT-3Vkt after warm cross rolling and subsequent cold rolling. Fourier series are found to describe the anisotropy of each property on the basis of empirical data and a strength criterion that considers the effect of hydrostatic pressure on the strength characteristics of the metal. A correlation analysis is performed to establish the relationship between the material's physical and mechanical properties.
KeywordsMechanical Property Fourier Anisotropy Ductility Correlation Analysis
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